Hamiltonian Hotel & Island Club

Address: Langton Hill, Pembroke, Bermuda | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Langton Hill, Pembroke, is near Bermuda National Gallery, Hamilton City Hall & Arts Centre, Sessions House, and Bermuda Society of the Arts.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hamiltonian Hotel & Island Club Pembroke

2.50 of 5 stars Fair
 

Travel Blogs from Pembroke

EL FINAL: AND 10 (other) MEMORABLE MOMENTS

A travel blog entry by mvwil5 on Aug 03, 2014

... as well as most African nations) are often undervalued. And despite the fact that the Ghanaians didn’t move on to the next round, they left a legacy of attractive play that almost saw Germany suffer its only defeat. Both teams attacked brilliantly. Christian Atsu of Ghana proved a terror on the wing. And Thomas Muller was living up to his billing as Germany’s savior and the manifestation of their popular cheer – ...

Day 3 - Wet Start & Boat Race

A travel blog entry by chase23 on Apr 06, 2014

... The bus stop was a pink pole next to a rubber tree, which made very poor shelter as all the rain seemed to cascade off the shiny leaves and come through the tree like a shower... on to us. We dripped our way to Hamilton (even the bus was leaking !) and caught up with James, Rosy, Adrian, and two friends of his - another Rosy/Rosie, and her husband Reverend Andrew Doughty, the Archdeacon (one down from a bishop) ...

Back to Bermuda

A travel blog entry by iceiceami on Feb 11, 2014

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... Bermuda and meet their life partners.

It is hard to say for sure why I still have such a heavy heart about leaving Bermuda. I only lived there for 5 of my 37 years, but you sure wouldn't know it if you considered the amount of time I have spent dreaming and yearning for this place that still feels like home, nearly 7 years later. Perhaps because it just was not my time to leave. I compare the feelings I have had about leaving Bermuda to a relationship ...

Beyond the Sea

A travel blog entry by drtee on May 27, 2013

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... as we got closer to our first port. Most of the people on this ship are the type who are always cold, you know.

So it’s pretty neat, this jacket, more of a parka, really. It’s reversible, pink and black on one side with a HAL logo, and the other side black with an outline of a Russian church. The thing about it’s being so cheap is I had to get two sizes larger than I normally would.

I also figured, with ...

Bermuda; Very Different from the Caribbean Islands

A travel blog entry by dixiej on May 22, 2013

1 comment, 16 photos

... family has had a compound here for years. Mrs. Douglas currently has her mansion up for sale. Only the very high end homes can be passed to heirs. In order to keep the majority of propertyies owned by Bermuda residents, foreigners have 99 year leases and if they die while in that lease, the property returns to the government. They have a lot of restrictions and laws here to protect their island.

Scooter rentals are very popular ...